MANDATE OF THE EBC

MANDATE

To oversee and supervise the registration of voters to ensure free and fair elections at primary and secondary elections.

MANDATE

To facilitate civic and voter education.

MANDATE

To review and determine the boundaries of Tinkhundla areas for purposes of elections.

MANDATE

To perform other in connection with elections or boundaries as may be prescribed.

MANDATE

To produce periodic reports in respect of the work done.

MISSION & VISION OF THE EBC

Elections and Boundaries Commission Swaziland

MISSION

To render free, fair and credible elections.

VISION

to be a leading elections management body (EMB) in SADC region and global community.

CORE VALUES OF THE EBC

CORE VALUES

To conduct business in a non-partisan manner with fairness and impartiality.

CORE VALUES

To maintain a high standard of integrity and ethical behaviour.

CORE VALUES

To respect and uphold the law.

CORE VALUES

To tolerate differences, be sensitive to special needs and to show respect.

CORE VALUES

To display openness, transparency, and accountability in its conduct.

CORE VALUES

To listen, respect and respond to stakeholder’s interests.

Importance of Voting

To lend legitimacy

Importance of Voting

Give the electorate a voice, right and freedom to the formulation of a government

Importance of Voting

Give ownership
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UPCOMING EVENTS

Civic and Voter Education

June 25 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Swaziland
2018 ELECTIONS
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FEATURED POST

It’s a Wrap

This week marks the end of the delimitation of boundaries exercise that the commission has been conducting for the past nine weeks.

The delimitation team, led by Commissioner Princess Nkosingumenzi Dlamini has visited all four regions of the country reviewing the number and boundaries of tinkhundla into which Swaziland is divided as stipulated in the Constitution.

This delimitation exercise is conducted during the fourth year of parliament, at least nine months before the dissolution of Parliament in terms of section 134 (2).

Following the end of this exercise, The Commission will prepare a report to be submitted to the King, with recommendations to change or retain the existing position of tinkhundla boundaries.

A person may orally and publicly apply to the registration officer of the registration centre in which the applicant wishes to be registered to have that person’s name entered on the register of voters, and such person shall produce evidence of eligibility.

WHERE CAN I REGISTER?